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Art, propaganda, and poetry final Art, propaganda, and poetry final Presentation Transcript

  • Poetry, Propaganda, and Music from WW1 By: Caden Hayes
  • Poem 1: Poetry Poem 2:- These poems are much moredepressing than the propaganda andmusic, they are the closest to depictingthe realism of the war- They show that some people didunderstand the war truly
  • Propaganda - The posters are meant to make you hate the enemy and join their ranks - Another method they seem to be using is guilt- tripping, for example they show homes burning down saying if you don’t join this could be England. Shown herehttp://www.firstworldwar.com/posters/uk.htmhttp://www.firstworldwar.com/posters/germany.htm - The artists were quite patriotic toward there countries - These countries created these to increase the amount of soldiers joining the army - All countries had the same goal, but Germany seemed to take a much more religious view on it, as if Germany had the divine right to win the war shown here
  • Music- The mood and message in these songs do not at all represent the feelings of ww1- In ww1, on the front, people were dying all the time and high mortality rate- In the song they are so happy about the war, and keep extremely high sprits
  • Overall• Overall these works of art show very different realities than the one lived by the soldiers. The propaganda showed a glorious victory for their country, this recruited men. The music showed a quick end to the war along with happiness and prosperity for the veterans, which didn’t happen. Only the poetry seemed to remotely show the dreaded horrors of the trenches.